Malham is a village in the British county of North Yorkshire with 120 inhabitants. From the place of a footpath leads at the stream along to Malham Cove, a crescent-shaped limestone rock, which is 80 meters and 200 meters wide. Originally poured over these cliffs a huge waterfall from the Malham Tarn, one resting on a slate underground lake. Today's Malham Tarn Field Center was formerly a hunting lodge and residence of the industrialist Walter Morrisson, who had here Charles Darwin, John Ruskin and Charles Kingsley guest. Charles Kingsley was here for his book The Water Children (The Water-Babies) inspired.